Here's What Our Guests Say...

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Marta, (GB) 20-11-2018

10/10

" Beautiful, spacious apartment. Off road free parking. Excellent host, 5 stars service. Will definitely stay again. "

Claire, (GB) 21-12-2018

10/10

"  The property, once inside, was excellent, it was everything we had hoped for. They had left us a number of items for breakfast, along with fruit and lovely tayto crisps. The interior was fabulous, I would definitely stay there again. "

Michael, (GB) 30-9-2018

10/10

" Really enjoyed my stay. Lovely apartment in a great location. Off street parking and Colin was really helpful and dealt with all our queries. Couldn't find fault in this apartment, will defo stay next time I'm in Belfast

Matt, (GB) 31-10-2018

9.6/10

" Very modern apartment in good location with odd site parking."

Claudia, (ITA) 9-1-2019

10/10

Exceptional 

On your doorstep

Cavehill country park

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Cave Hill, sometimes spelled as Cavehill, is a basaltic hill overlooking the city of Belfast, Northern Ireland. It forms part of the southeastern border of the Antrim Plateau. It is distinguished by its 'Napoleon's Nose', a basaltic outcrop which resembles the profile of the emperor Napoleon.

Belfast Castle

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Belfast Castle is a magnificent sandstone building offering a wealth of history and grandeur .It occupies a prominent position on the slopes of Cave Hill, some 120 metres (400 feet) above sea level.  

The building was officially re-opened to the public on 11 November 1988 after a major refurbishment

Belfast Zoo

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 Belfast Zoo, home to 116 species, surrounded by stunning panoramic views across Belfast Lough. 

Crumlin Road Goal

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Explore 150 years of the Crumlin Road Gaol where 17 men have been executed and explore its darkest secrets...Daily tours from 10am, Monday - Sunday.

Titanic Exhibition centre

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 Titanic Belfast is Belfast flagship tourist attraction. Thousands come each year to learn and marvel at the most famous ship that said and sunk in the seven seas. 

Since it's construction in 1844 'Ivy Dene' has been a prominent landmark building on North Belfast's Antrim Road. Ivy Dene was named by its first owner Captain John H. DeVries.

This property has been lovingly restored to rekindle it's former Victorian glory as one of the most prestigious residence in the area. Enjoy something a bit special and be part of the history of Ivy Dene.

Reservations

Titanic Ivy Deane

270a Antrim Road, Belfast,BT15 5AA, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

Top Restaurants in Belfast

Villa Italia

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Italian, Rate 4.5 Stars 

393-41 University St, Belfast BT7 1ND

028 9032 8356

Zen

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Asian, Rate 4.5 Stars

55-59 Adelaide St, Belfast BT2 8FE

028 9023 2244

Stix and Stones

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Steak, Rate 4.4 Stars

44-46 Upper Queen St, Belfast BT1 6FD

028 9031 9418

Mourne Seafood Bar

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Sea Food, Rate 4.5 Stars

34-36 Bank St, Belfast BT1 1HL

028 9024 8544

Nu Delhi

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Indian, Rate 4.4 Stars

68-72 Great Victoria St, Belfast BT2 7AF

028 9024 4747

Howard Street

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Modern European, Rate 4.5 Stars 

56 Howard St, Belfast BT1 6PG

028 9024 8362